Baluran National Park is a forest conservation area of about 25,000 hectares on the north coast of East Java. The location of this park is in Sumberwaru Village, Banyuwangi District, Situbondo (on the eastern border of Java Island).
Visitors can enjoy the panoramic view of the Savannah and Mount Baluran (inactive volcano) in the center of this park. Baluran National Park is also a habitat for many exotic animals, such as wild pigs, deer, peacocks, and many more.
This park is so unique because you can find a beautiful white beach called Bama Beach 15 km from the main entrance. This beach is a natural habitat for many coral reefs, fish, and mangroves.
Bama Beach is located east of Baluran National Park. Here you can see the beach and the fantastic panorama. You can also see the beautiful mangrove forest near the beach.
One of the unique features of this beach is that you can see a long tail monkey (Macaca fascicularis) fishing crabs with a long tail.
You can also observe hundreds of bird species, such as hornbills, peacocks, and bulbuls. If you like to observe tropical forest vegetation, the park is a paradise for many species of trees, plants, and flowers, such as pecan nut trees, Maja, Gadung, Java tamarind, and many more.
There are a number of activities you can do in this park, such as Safari Forest Adventure, Diving and Snorkeling, Mountain and Mountain Hiking, Hill Walking, Beach Adventure to watch fisherman’s daily activities, canoeing, rowing, and boating.